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Dr Sarah Aturia’s elective NHS and private practices encompass all aspects of Acute, Chronic and Cancer pain with a special interest in Spine, Musculoskeletal, Neuropathic, Chronic Post-Surgical and Pelvic Pain, and Fibromyalgia. She believes early intervention is vital to minimise progression to chronicity and recognises that persistent pain presents a considerable daily challenge to patients with devastating consequences and a negative effect on their quality of life.
Dr Aturia adopts a multidisciplinary approach and offers an individually tailored management plan. This includes medication advice and rationalisation and the appropriate Pain Intervention with emphasis on rehabilitation physiotherapy. Procedures are performed in a theatre environment under fluoroscopy and ultrasound guidance and include:
• Radiofrequency neurotomy for spinal facet and sacroiliac joints pain
• Spine Medial Branch Blocks, Sacro-iliac and facet injections
• Sympathetic, peripheral and nerve root blocks
• Pulsed Radiofrequency of dorsal root and sympathetic ganglia and nerves
• Trigger point, scar tissue and sacro-coccygeal injections
• Epidural and transforaminal injections
• Qutenza (Capsaicin 8%) treatment
Dr Aturia graduated in 1996, completed higher specialist training in the Oxford School of Anaesthesia, obtaining the FRCA and FFPMRCA. She underwent a one year Pain Fellowship at The Royal Brisbane Hospital, Queensland, Australia. She lectures undergraduates at the University of Buckingham Medical School and is a lecturer for the Essential Pain Management (EPM) Programme. EPM an initiative of the Faculty of Pain Medicine, Royal College of Anaesthetists designed to improve pain assessment and management in developing countries.
Areas of interest
Spinal and musculoskeletal pain; Neuropathic Pain; Abdomino-Pelvic Pain; Chronic Post-Surgical Pain; Whiplash injury; Complex Regional Pain Syndrome; Fibromyalgia; Facial pain; Headache
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Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)
Sacroiliac joint injection under image guidance (and bilateral) - (1-5)
Local anaesthetic blockade of named major nerve or plexus - (1-5)
IV sedation administered by operator - (1-5)
Intramuscular injection with x-ray control (e.g. piriformis block) - (1-5)
Transforaminal epidural - (1-5)
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